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  1. This patch provides support for SSD1289-based LCDs at 240x320 pixel resolution on Angstrom Linux for AM335x-based Beaglebone embedded development board. With minimal work, it can probably be ported to other embedded systems based around TI MPUs with similar LCDC modules. You can read all about the development and use of this module and details about writing your own LCDC LIDD modules at <a href=""></a> . Revision 2 updates to the latest Angstrom build.

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  2. gedit ("Text Editor" in newer versions of GNOME) is a great tool for developers, featuring syntax highlighting, parenthesis matching, and automatic indentation among other things. It's great for all your coding needs, but it also has a conspicuous lack of syntax support for Z80 assembly programs. This gedit language file adds Z80-specific information for gedit users to enjoy.

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  3. BinPac8x v1.3 is a Python-language program that is intended to solve the problem of assembling and linking z80 programs for TI-82, TI-83+, TI-83+ Silver, TI-84+, TI-84+ Silver, TI-85, and TI-86 calculators on Windows 7 and on Linux. Previous programs such as DevPac8x were written for a 16-bit environment, and do not run on the DOS emulation of recent operating systems. BinPac8x is a cross-platform solution for Linux or Windows, requiring only Python to function properly. It takes a .bin file generated by an assembler, and turns it into a .8xp file. v1.2 adds ability to generate .82p, .83p, .85s, .86p, and .86s in addition to the existing .8xp format, while v1.3 adds Python 2.x support and optional modification of the program's on-calculator name.

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  4. BirdRace is similar to Flappy Bird, except that it is easier and requires multiple players.

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  5. With this new, fairly sensible and straightforward method you can generate highly probable primes beyond big. In candidates.txt an example that holds up to all testing so far is p5M# + p5M + 490.That is over 37 million digits!

    Any probable prime discovered using these tools is to be called a Seklorean Prime. No more goofy formulae or whacky equations. The mystery has been conquered by yours truly.

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  6. This is a tool that lets you download, install, update, and search for files ("packages") from and other community sites from the command line. It uses Python 2.x, and therefore requires a version of that to run. See the Readme for more information and the Changelog for things new in this version.

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  7. globalCALCnet is a method of connecting networks of graphing calculators over the internet. A gCn bridge is a piece of software that provides extra services to calculators connected to the gCn metahub. It pretends to be a calculator itself, using the special address AAAAAAAAAA on some hub, and connects the
    real calculators attached to that hub to some new service, like HTTP, IRC, FTP, or SSH. This Python example bridge code gives you everything you need to make your own gCn bridge.

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  8. Allows Delicious Library 2 to import Lego sets from the Peeron database.

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  9. This is a program that creates a tilemap for the 84+CE. Enjoy!

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  10. This xml file allows programs that use Katepart to highlight z80 syntax in ASxxxx dialect.

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  11. This is an SDK that lets you easily make programs and libraries for GlassOS.

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  12. Welcome to the GAME OF LAME! (I spent less than an hour making this, so don't expect much)
    You are a pedestrian (walking)! You want to cross the street to get to your destination.
    There are also bad guys (I know right, great name) that will hurt you if you walk on their street!
    Their streets are not known to you, so you have to figure them out through trial and error!

    Have fun!

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  13. z80hex is a program used to package compiled assembly programs or ASCII hex files to TI-83/84 programs (.8xp). z80hex is easily portable and can be compiled to any device out there with g++. It will automatically add the headers for the TI-83/84 and the TI-84+CSE (BB6D/EF69) for you, but you can add your own header if you so desire. If the usage confuses you, please read the README.

    There is also a Chrome OS ARM version that can be installed via charm (github/amihart/charm).

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  14. This program takes a high level language of my creation and generates an optimized .asm version for compilation with most z80 compilers. Also it converts monochrome bitmaps to assembly or C files for z80, 68k, or C up to 320x240. The same QASM code can compile flawlessly for Ion (83 and 83+), Crash (82), MirageOS (83+), DoorsCS (83+), and regular 83, 83+, & 86. Some command line skill a prerequisite but very easy with xterm. Tested on Linux Ubuntu 12.04

    Mostly, just ironed out the offset errors and removed the TI-85 support.
    Monochrome bitmaps can be 1x1 to 320x240 :-)

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